The approaching show American Horror Story 10 has been delayed again. According to a report by Variety, production of the tenth season named American Horror Story: Double Feature has been halted after a COVID-19 positive case was perceived. According to the report, an actor on the show has tested positive, in what is named as ‘Zone A’ in the COVID-19 production show. The production will be ‘paused’ for the accompanying relatively few days.
From the outset, the production of the latest accentuation of the FX anthology series American Horror Story 10 was reserved to begin in the year 2020 going before it was deferred as a result of the overall pandemic. The new season is planned to make a big appearance on August 25, 2021, on FX. Earlier, the show co-producer, Ryan Murphy took to his official social media handle to uncover that the looming season will focus in on two horrifying stories. One story will be shown by the sea, while the other will be shown by the sand.
The looming AHS season will feature Sarah Paulson, Kathy Bates, Evan Peters, Billie Lourd, Leslie Grossman, Finn Wittrock, Lily Rabe, and Adina Porter. Macaulay Culkin has similarly joined the cast people for the work of a 55-year-old, Murphy. A picture of the Home Alone star was shared on his official Instagram handle in the time of March 2021. In the picture, he can be seen giving his co-actor, Leslie Grossman. Sharing the picture, Culkin expressed, “Something wicked this way comes. American Horror Story Season Ten. ‘#AHS10’ ‘#AHS'”.+